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Tribit FlyBuds C1 review: the leap in quality


Tribit FlyBuds C1 review: the leap in quality

Tribit makes a leap in quality and price with Tribit FlyBuds C1. I’m sure you are wondering, “but is it worth it?” For me Yup and I’ll explain why.

Tribit FlyBuds C1: the leap in quality

Anyone who follows Androidians regularly knows how often we’ve talked about Tribit and their devices, myself in particular.
I do not hide that over the years they are become a huge fan myself of the Chinese company because they continue to produce devices since reduced price, but not for this low quality. To have Tribit FlyBuds C1 we’ll have to spend those though € 20 morebut they are more than justified.
Now that we have gotten rid of the formalities of the introduction (but is there anyone who reads them?), Let’s move on to discovering these new headphones.

There packaging it is always the same, simple, orange and with the same equipment: headphones, cases, exta rubber tips of various sizes and the very short USB-C charging cable.

The first thing that catches the eye is the unusual shape of the case, very elongated upwards and elliptical in shape. I wonder how it can stand up with such a shape, and I notice with surprise that it does rests horizontallyinstead of vertically.
This particular shape makes the case much more convenient to put in your pocket because it protrudes less.
The size of the case itself are also a lot more reduced considering the enormous autonomy, I give you a little taste of what we will deepen later: ben 50 hours of playback. Yes, 50!

We remove the headphones from the case, et voilà, la connection to the smartphone is almost instantaneous (after pairing …) as well as switching off. I have never before taken out the headphones and have to turn them on manually, which with other true wireless models happens more often than I would like.

In terms of design, Tribit has taken a big step forward, the Tribit FlyBuds C1 I am really very beautiful with their elongated shape and that red detail on the back surface.
At the end of the cone, which I noticed to be a subject of discord because some like it and others don’t, we find the physical key to access the commands. Personally I hate touch keys, the lack of feedback and errors in recognition make me waste more time than I save.

Reading here and I have read some reviewers mention the inconvenience of Tribit FlyBuds C1 inside the ear canal, and personally I can only completely disagree. I find that in my ear the headphones are a perfect fit and they don’t move an inch even during physical activity.

But how do they sound?

In a word: Well. These headphones, like many others from Tribit, also have a neutral sound profilethat is, they have no preference and with versatility they adapt to any context. I find them much improved in the high frequencies compared to other products Tribit which needed an equalizer boost for these frequencies.

You will probably put your hand to the equalizer anyway to have the best, personal, sound performance (procedure that I always recommend), but let’s say that it is less necessary than other products in this price range.

I want to make a special mention to the quality of microphones, and there are four of them! Being able to rely on all these units is not only possible increase the volume of your voicebut also reduce ambient noise during callsand I stress during calls because during music playback it is not possible to resort to Active Noise Canceling (ANC: Active Noise Canceling).
The result is superlative audio quality that no Tribit product can match. Not even with the much more expensive (more than double!) 1MORE True Wireless ANC feels and feels so good!

And how long does the battery last?

An infinity! I was almost shocked by my first test to see that I had passed twelve hours of playing at full volume. I’ve never seen a pair of True Wireless headphones last this long (on average 4 to 6 hours), and with the help of the case and its battery we easily reach the total fifty hours of music reproduction.
As for charging times, the case takes about two hours for a full charge, while the headphones just under an hour and a half


If you are looking for a product from affordable pricefrom excellent achievementfrom excellent sound quality and that allows one clear and crystalline voice during calls, then my answer will be: absolutely yes.
I would advise against them only for those who really cannot give up ANC or wireless charging for any reason.
If you don’t fall into this category of people, the link below will be for you:

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